NEEDLES — The city of Needles reviewed fiscal year 2017-18 mid-year budget revisions during the city council meeting of Feb. 13.According to background information provided city staff, the city is part of a pooled insurance group.
LAS VEGAS — Needles High School’s Mustangs are the NIAA 2A South’s number two seed heading into the NIAA 2A State Championship round after defeating league rivals the Lake Mead Eagles 50-39 in overtime on Feb. 16 and falling to the Democracy Prep Agassi Campus Blue Knights 78-32 on Feb. 17 in Del Sol High School.The Mustangs faced the Eagles in the semifinals for a spot in the NIAA 2A South League championship game.The Mustangs had beaten the Eagles twice before in league play so they knew...
SPARKS — It was a double overtime thriller but the Needles Mustangs varsity basketball team came up short against the Battle Mountain Longhorns 68-67 in the NIAA 2A State Semifinal on Feb. 23 in Sparks High School.“The boys played hard and left it all on the court but we fell just short of reaching the state final,” said Bill Darrow, Needles High School Athletic Director.The scoring leaders for the Mustangs were: Trey Tsosie with 16, Irving Juarez with 16, Dillon Darrow with 11, Gilman...
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